New York Times, Friday, June 27, 1997

Author: Dean Niles
Editor: Will Shortz
Dean Niles
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQWZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Niles. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Some clauses : ESCALATORS
11. Pond dross : SCUM
15. College in 1995 headlines : THECITADEL
16. Account : TALE
17. Unconventional ideas : HETERODOXY
18. Kennedy Center focus : ARTS
19. Fine and dandy, in old slang : OKE
20. On ___ with : APAR
21. French crowd? : TROIS
22. Slobodan Milosevic, e.g. : SERB
24. Like the surface of Mars : SERE
27. John's "Pulp Fiction" co-star : UMA
28. Stockpiled : LAIDIN
32. Chest muscle : PEC
33. What spirits may do : SAG
34. Total : DEMOLISH
36. Summer abroad : ETE
37. Axioms serving as starting points : FIRSTPRINCIPLES
41. What I may mean : ONE
42. "The Joy of Cooking" author : ROMBAUER
43. Mail abbr. : RFD
44. Simile center : ASA
45. Wound : LESION
48. Date for Dizzy : GIG
49. Spanish novelist who won a 1989 Nobel : CELA
51. 1980's police comedy : ENOS
53. Language that gave us "kayak" : INUIT
55. Polish export : COAL
59. Speck : DOT
60. Ampule's kin : VIAL
61. Site of the Woodrow Wilson Sch. of Public and Intl. Affairs : PRINCETONU
64. Basic French verb : ETRE
65. Preserved oral history, e.g. : AUDIOTAPED
66. Jazz drummer Catlett et al. : SIDS
67. Exams : TESTPAPERS
1. Greek character? : ETHOS
2. Foreign currency : SHEKEL
3. The rest : CETERA
4. One with perfect pitch? : ACE
5. Foreign currency : LIRA
6. Over : ATOP
7. "There!" : TADA
8. Osmics is the study of these : ODORS
9. Sergeant Preston's horse : REX
10. Rocky, really : SLY
11. Antares, for one : STAR
12. "If I Loved You" musical : CAROUSEL
13. Eventual : ULTIMATE
14. E-mail : MESSAGES
21. Computer experts, e.g. : TECHIES
23. They may be made in clubs : BIDS
25. French city on the Moselle : EPINAL
26. Deliver : RESCUE
29. Take away : DETRACT
30. Horn in (on) : IMPOSE
31. Standard : NORMAL
35. Canadian pol. party : LIB
37. Excuses : FORGIVES
38. Q45, e.g. : INFINITI
39. 60's militant : REDGUARD
40. ___-dieu : PRIE
46. High, in a way : ONDOPE
47. Midday event : NOONER
50. They have low pH's : ACIDS
52. Harness features : STUDS
54. Mer sights : ILES
56. "Get ___!" (boss's order) : ONIT
57. 1988 film "Rent-___" : ACOP
58. "___ joy keep you": Sandburg : LETA
61. Show of support : PAT
62. Herb of grace : RUE
63. Keep time : TAP

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